Sumner slips past district rival Panthers | WEDNESDAY WRESTLING

BOYS WRESTLING Sumner 30, Bonney Lake 26 January 6 at Bonney Lake

BOYS WRESTLING

Sumner 30, Bonney Lake 26

January 6 at Bonney Lake

106 pounds: Brenden Chaowanapibool (BL) pins Griffin Klockeman (S); 113: Brandon Kaylor (BL) dec. CJ Richmond (S) 4-2; 120: Marcus Peterson (S) dec. Evan Tracy (BL) 7-1;126: Austin Cleland (S) wins by forfeit; 132: Mason Sabin (BL) dec. Conner Wade-Centeno (S) 7-2; 138: Tucker Wooding (S) dec. Jordan Cozzi (BL) 3-0; 145: Nate James (S) dec. Ryan Schaffer (BL) 10-6; 152: Avery Myer (BL) major dec. Trace Fischlin (S) 10-2; 160: Zach Koller (BL) major dec. Spencer Munroe (S) 13-0; 170: Keegan Dorsey (BL) dec. Jacob Brumbaugh (S) 1-0; 182: Josiah Schliesman (S) pins Jared Meister (BL); 195: Will Whidby (S) pins Jazz Sherrod (BL) 220: Lucas Leonhard (S) dec. Sam Peterson (BL) 7-2; 285: Orrin Brateng (BL) dec. Nolan Pysher (S) 4-0.


 

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